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're going to boycott grocery shopping, right? >> we saw this on friday. i sent a reporter to dallas, one of the major scenes of activity in terms of black friday strikes. my reporter ran into a woman who works at walgreens. it was her day off. she was going to walmart to buy stuff. i feel a sense of solidarity. i'm delighted to see that my fellow low-wage service sector are standing up for their rights. i wish them well. but now i'm going to buy a tv because i don't make much money at work either and this is the day when i can avail myself of the sales. the toughest thing, i applaud the work that dan is doing. i hope this is the beginning of a movement. it is. as we all said, incredibly important that people particularly at the lower end of the economy have more money to spend. that's good for the economy. those are the most desperate people. the people who work at walmart are by and large people who have that job. they pay them a living wage. they're hoping for better. it's very tough to get people to think in terms of beyond today. today involves how do i keep my paycheck. if i'm going
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